Definition of Siddhis
1. siddhi [n] - See also: siddhi
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Siddhis
Literary usage of Siddhis
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Six Systems of Indian Philosophy by Friedrich Max Müller (1899)
"... and siddhis themselves, but as their opposites have already been examined \ve may dispense with their enumeration here. Some of these technical terms ..."
2. The Six Systems of Indian Philosophy by Max E Muller, Friedrich Max Müller (1919)
"It is this Samyama, however, which leads on to the siddhis, or perfections. These are at first by no means miraculous,' though they become so afterwards, ..."
3. The Vedânta Doctrine of Sʹriʹ Sankarāchārya by Śaṅkarācārya, Alladi Mahadeva Sastri, Sureśvarācārya (1899)
"All siddhis (powers) come to him who •ever contemplates the Self in all. Wherefore, with the mind controlled, one should hold his empire in the Atman. ..."
4. The Theosophist by Theosophical Society (Madras, India) (1899)
"Medicines, mantras, &c., will but confer on one siddhis, but never the beneficent Moksha. If a desire wells up in one for attaining a ..."
5. The Yoga Philosophy: Being the Text of Patanjali, with Bhoja Raja's Commentary. by Patañjali, Bhojarāja, Tookaram Tatya (1885)
"These eight superior siddhis are: Ani'm/d, ... These," said Krishna, " are my siddhis." The siddhis of Krishna may be thus defi»«d: 1. ..."
6. Dancing With Siva: Hinduism's Contemporary Catechism by Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami (2003)
"Through the repeated experience of Self Realization, siddhis naturally unfold ... the use on development of siddhis is among the greatest obstacles on the ..."